Louisiana officials have announced that the state's tax collections have remained surprisingly strong in the wake of last fall's devastating hurricanes.
The state originally predicted that tax revenues would drop by about $900 million for the 2005-06 fiscal year, but instead, the state is on track to collect a record $9.2 billion by June 30, according to published reports.
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